Moving your business to Michigan Avenue in Chicago requires a great deal of planning, patience, and caffeine. Our team did what we do best (branding, website development, marketing strategy, public relations, event planning, and advertising) so the folks at Marshall Pierce & Company could focus on making their relocation successful.
Halfpops was born in 2011 when founder (and retired race car driver) Mike Fitzgerald perfected his recipe for half-popped popcorn. This health-conscious snack startup shows no signs of slowing down, and we’ve had a blast working with them to raise awareness, grow their audience, and increase the sales of their products.
Ah, the great Pacific Northwest – home to chain coffee, grunge rock, and our friends at Digux. The Bellevue, Washington-based I.T. service provider hired our team to help tell their story, a process that included user stories, content audits, wireframes, and a full redesign of their company website.
A few months ago, as we were onboarding new teammates and working to expand our service offering, we realized that we had outgrown our existing website and many of our marketing materials.
Starting October 2017, Chrome (version 62) will show a “NOT SECURE” warning when users enter text in a form on an HTTP page, and for all HTTP pages in Incognito mode.
Last year, while we were working with our friends at Halfpops, we were introduced to their I.T. service provider — the Bellevue, Washington-based team at Digux. One conversation led to another, and our team began working with Digux to help them redevelop their marketing narrative, and develop a new website that better represented the brand they had built. This is that story in the context of our process to shed some light on what it takes to bring a new website to life.